Mongolia: Land of the Blue Sky
One of the most sparsely populated countries in the world, Mongolia retains its awe-inspiring natural beauty along with its well-preserved nomadic culture. Featuring magnificent natural wonders such as the Gobi Desert, as well as historical highlights such as the ruins of Karakorum, the 13th-century capital of the Mongol Empire, this trip offers a special opportunity to travel back in time to the land of Genghis Khan and hospitable nomads. Discover the amazing scenery, endemic wildlife, ancient history, and cultural traditions of Mongolia on this adventure-packed journey.
Schedule by Day
- May 27: Depart U.S.
- May 28: Arrive Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
- May 29: Ulaanbaatar
- May 30: Hustain Nuruu / Hogno Khan
- May 31: Kharakhorum
- June 1: Shankh, Kultegen and Khar Balgas
- June 2: Ongiin Monastery
- June 3: Hongoryn Els Sand Dunes
- June 4: Hongoryn Els / Three Camel Lodge
- June 5: Yol Valley
- June 6: Havsgait Valley / Flaming Cliffs
- June 7: Ulaanbaatar
- June 8: Departure
- $7,995 per person based on double occupancy
- $1,495 single supplement
- 3 nights at the Shangri-La Hotel in Ulaanbaatar
- 5 nights at a Ger Camp
- 3 nights at Three Camel Lodge in the Gobi Desert
Associate of the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences
Mark Van Baalen will lecture on: The Future of the World’s Deserts Natural Resources and the Mining of Stragegic Minerals Invasion Routes through the Centuries.
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